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Jun 15, 2013 4:05pm EDT
of general application that govern the rest of the economy. antitrust and copyright. these are better, more resilient rules. they're simple rules for a complex world. they'll stand up better as video technology evolves and they don't need to be sunsetted. the f.c.c.'s numbers say video prices went up -- cable prices went up 20% between 2006 and 2010 but adjusting for inflation they went up only 10%. meanwhile, the number of channels increased 42%. spending on program went up 30%. americans spent 20% more time watching video. there is an endless range of quality improvements that wept along with it. to say that the current market is in any way constrained, anti-competitive or crabbed seems very difficult to sustain. in short, consumers are getting more for their money, more content, more choices and higher quality. if net flicks were regulated like a cable network it's not likely the law would allow it exclusive programs like "house of cards." why invest $100 million in a franchise if you -- if it doesn't offer you a leg up on your rifles? exclusive programming helps drive -- your rivals? ex
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